Do you know why movie detectives enlist the use of the phrase "This don’t smell kosher" when circumstances or things seem misaligned or out of kilter?
Actually detectives in the movies and
also in real life do so because kosher stands for quality, purity, wholesomeness and truth. It really means "fit
for use". Fitness—physical and
spiritual—is a matter of making the right choices, and leading a
proper life. Are you
counting yourself among the millions who are now into fitness of mind
and body? Are you counted among the the consumers of kosher that make kosher food
is the fastest growing segment of the food industry today.
Gourmet maven Dr. Myles Bader writes, "If you want healthy, clean-tasting chicken, buy kosher." Kosher chickens are submerged in ice-cold water for thirty minutes, salted to remove blood and rinsed three separate times to remove all the salt. Since 48% of food poisoning is caused by contaminated chicken, this process could literally be a life-saver.
The Kosher laws were not made for physical health reasons. But it comes as no surprise that what's good for the soul turns out to be good for the body as well.
Food for the Soul
The soul needs to breathe, to reconnect to its source—and the body is its only conduit. Eating kosher food helps ensure that the arteries of that spiritual connection are clear. The soul is able to shine through.
It doesn't stop there: Keeping kosher not only benefits your inner self. It touches the soul of the entire world. Because everything a person does is a way to infuse the world with spiritual light—including eating. When you eat food in a dignified way, and use the energy of that food for good things, the food itself becomes spiritual.
Easy, tasty, avant-garde
If you want to keep
kosher, note that Kosher cuisine isn’t an all-or-nothing proposition.
If you want to kosher your kitchen, ask your local rabbi - or ask us and we'll provide you with information regarding a rabbi in your area. firstname.lastname@example.org
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